Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics


What does research integrity mean to you? Sign up for this webinar as we go through the integrity and ethics issues in Research.

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This webinar is targeted at those involved in upholding the values of research integrity and publishing ethics: researchers, institutions, societies, funders, editors and publishers.


Everyone involved in research has a role to play in upholding the values of research integrity, no one stakeholder can do this alone. While clear policies and processes can have a positive effect on research integrity, other initiatives can help as well. 

Join Elizabeth Moylan, Publisher (Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics) at Wiley as she shares with you Open Research initiatives and current challenges from a publisher perspective. She will be talking about the top five issues in Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics – amending published literature, authorship issues, data concerns, plagiarism and potentially questionable research behaviour, with illustrative case studies.

Key Highlights:

  • Understand what is meant by research integrity and publishing ethics.
  • Learn about current challenges from a publisher’s perspective.
  • Understand how open research initiatives can have a positive impact on research integrity.

Presenter(s)

Elizabeth Moylan - Publisher (Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics), Wiley

Elizabeth Moylan

Publisher (Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics), Wiley

Elizabeth Moylan is Publisher, Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics at Wiley where she drives projects in open research and related policy. She also works closely with colleagues in Wiley’s Integrity in Publishing Group, providing support on research integrity and publishing ethics issues. She is an Editorial Board Member for Research Integrity & Peer Review and is an Advisory Board Member for two EU-funded projects ‘EnTIRE‘ and ‘Virt2ue’ that aim to support researchers in upholding and practicing the principles of research integrity. Elizabeth completed her PhD and post-doctoral training at the University of Oxford, UK.